5 LGBT things you need to know today, Dec. 29

1. A day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, became one with the force, actress Debbie Reynolds — known for her roles in "Singin' in the Rain," "Halloweentown" and "Will & Grace" — passed away yesterday. ...

SOJOURN host Hanukkah party at Rush Center [PHOTOS]

Latkes were eaten, dreidels were spun and menorahs were lit as SOJOURN hosted a Hanukkah party on Wednesday evening at the Phillip Rush Center Annex. Check out our photo gallery below from a fun night! (P...
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‘Festival of Lights’ celebrates diversity

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The annual “Festival of Lights” Hanukkah celebration, held at the LGBT-inclusive Congregation Bet Haverim on Dec. 14, promises activities to appeal to all ages under the overall theme of diversity.

Hanukkah is an event that can often seem to appeal more to children than adults, according to CBH Executive Director Amy Robertson. She and the staff are looking to change that.

“In our early years, we didn’t have a lot of children here, but over time we have had more and more families,” says Robertson. “We want to make the evening one where everyone can have a great time.”